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The parting words spoken during a graduation ceremony are meant to motivate the future generation and Nurse Elizabeth Anh-Trinh Stulac does just that. Read her remarks to the graduating class of 2022.
California’s Central Valley Hospitals collected nearly 15,000 servings of cereal during their recent Healthy Over Hungry Cereal Drive! Talk about giving back to the community!
Question: Can therapy dogs help patients of any age? Answer: Yes! Read how:
For nurse Danya Topham, providing life saving care doesn’t only happen in the hospital, it happens on the softball field too. Read how she stepped up to the plate to save a man's life.
☀️ Summer is finally here! Here are some tips to keep you safe and cool during everyone's favorite time of the year.
"Jessie is someone who, with every interaction, inspires you to do better, be better, and push on." Congrats to nurse Jesse Martin for receiving The Mercy Award from Community Medical Center!
Need a #MomentOfJoy? Nurses share why they decided to become health care professionals!
Between the ongoing pandemic, workforce shortages, and inflation – hospitals and health care workers have been stretched to the limit. It's time to step up and ensure our health care professionals can continue providing quality care. Sign our pledge:
There's never been a more important time to stand up for our health care system. Take the pledge to protect our care here!
In honor of Men’s Health Month, here are some tips to keep the men in your life healthy and strong.
In honor of Laura Montes's life and love of nursing, her family set up a scholarship to help others pursue their dreams of becoming a nurse. Read more:
Everyone benefits from the comfort and affection of a therapy dog - even nurses! Watch and learn the impact that Lucy, an Irish Setter, has had on the nursing community at Arizona College of Nursing.
When Rachel and David Watson both contracted COVID-19 at the same time, David recovered quickly, but Rachel did not. After nearly a week of labored breathing, she was rushed to the hospital. She fought for her life for 3 months. Read her story: [blog link]
We support legal protections for health care workers! Read more about the Safety from Violence for Healthcare Employees Act.
It’s time for Congress to ensure hospitals and health systems have the resources needed to care for patients and communities! Learn more here:
June is National Healthy Homes Month, and you can learn about housing-related health hazards and general principles of a healthy home. Check out the healthy homes apps >>
When Maria Cipple Leon’s care team realized she was going to miss her wedding due to her extensive cancer treatment – they brought the wedding to her.
After an 11 month stay, baby Max - “mayor of the NICU” - is going home to his family, just in time to celebrate his birthday! Read how Max loving got his nickname from staff at Advocate Children's Hospital.
“I honestly enjoy being here as much as I enjoy being at home. I laugh a lot more here than I do at home.” Nurse Regina Clark isn’t letting cancer stop her. Read how she’s spending her time fighting cancer to provide care to those in need.
“Her job is not to make kids happy. Her job is to help provide that sense of normalization and to help kids going through things that are really big and really scary.” Read how service dogs are helping patients cope during hard times.
Nurse Theresa Malone empowers her fellow nurses to remember that being a nurse is a profession that is rewarding and deserves respect. Read why she's committed to uplifting her fellow nurses.
After 36 years of dedicated service, nurse Marte Lovich is being recognized by her community for all that she’s done.
“I love helping the new nurses get their feet wet and helping those new nurses get where they need to be to get on their own so they don’t need that help anymore.” Read how nurse Aaron Caldwell helps new nurses and patients feel more comfortable.
“Interacting with a dog can help lower the levels of stress and anxiety that are common in a hospital setting, and which have been shown to interfere with good health and healing.“ Read about the benefits service dogs have on young hospital patients.
Memorial Hospital Staff in Indiana celebrate “graduation day” for Audrey a NICU patient born four months before her due date. While the staff are happy she’s going home they’ll miss this little buddle of joy.
"I knew deep down she might not even have 24 hours. At most, Hazel had 48 hours to live. But I thought, what if we could make this happen today?" Read how Stanford Health Care staff helped fulfill a patient's final wish.
National Nurses Week might be over, but our appreciation for health care workers never stops. Thank you health care workers!
Nurse Ann Coyle was honored by Virtua Health for her dedication and commitment to caring for some of the most vulnerable patients - newborns and their parents. Read more:
Theresa Dillman, Chief Nursing Officer of Glen Cove Hospital shares how she shows up and supports her staff. Read more:
"Dogs are nonjudgmental and they don't ask unwise questions," In light of the recent events in Uvalde, TX several organizations have come together to provide therapy dogs to support and comfort those in need.
Atrium Health Levine Children’s Hospital NICU staff do more than care for their patients; they create connections as well. Read the story of how hospital staff worked with an adoption agency to find the perfect home for one of their patients.
Nurse Chelsea Schweitzer loves educating her patients just as much as she loves caring for them. Read why Chelsea has a passion for sharing knowledge.
Partnering with Tava Health, Nomi Health is working to get Nebraskan health care professionals the mental health assistance they deserve.
“They could’ve easily given up. But they could tell my personality and my spunk. They knew I was going to make it. There was no point where I didn’t have someone with me.”
Congratulations to Nikki Suppeland, Abrazo West Campus nurse manager, for being recognized as a Tenet Hero. Learn how she’s gone above and beyond for her community.…
“They could’ve easily given up. But they could tell my personality and my spunk. They knew I was going to make it. There was no point where I didn’t have someone with me.”
“I am so grateful to have been at the right place at the right time to help save a life.” Not all heroes wear capes, but they can fly! Read how nurse Lori Ann Palmieri saved the life of a fellow passenger during a flight with American Airlines.
Read how therapy dogs have brightened the day of staff and patients at St. Joseph’s Hospital – South in Riverview, Florida.
With a scholarship in his name, ICU nurse Gary Woodward's legacy in the health care profession will continue for the next generation.
Read how nurse Shelby Uhrich’s compassion and enthusiasm have made her one the highlights of the NICU at the Maternity Care Center at Kearney Regional Medical Center.
“When health care workers are taken care of physically and mentally, we’re able to do what we do best — and that’s care for our patients.” Ohio has launched a new service to help health care workers get the mental health services they need.
Nurse Carolyn Yoder knows that the most essential part of the job is making sure patients feel heard and understood. Learn how she prioritized her patients' needs during her 39-year career as a nurse.
Everyone’s story deserves to be told and honored. Thanks to Nurse Ren Capucao, the history of Filipino American nurses – like his mother’s – will be remembered. Learn more:
Medicaid is the source of coverage for 42% of patients receiving essential pregnancy care services. Protecting Medicaid means protecting mothers, so we won't stop fighting until they are covered.
Nurse Alyssa Blimka has made an impact on the lives of her patients. Read how her positivity and willingness to help have been an asset to her hospital and community.
“Nursing is a caring profession, and we demonstrate this everyday by the care we deliver to our patients. Now it’s time to show some gratitude and kindness by caring for ourselves and our colleagues.”
Read how nurse Carol Driskel kindness and thoroughness have helped alleviate patients' anxiety around surgery procedures.
Read how ER nurse Rachel Cortez impacts her community by helping support and raise awareness about the importance of sexual assault programs in local hospitals.
Congratulations to the Canine Assisted Therapy program at Rhode Island Hospital! Recently, the state recognized the dogs and their handlers for the comfort they provide to patients.
For nurse Laney Duskin, taking care of newborns – the most vulnerable population – is what motivates her to do her best every day on the job. Read more:
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